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Camille Thurman Is A Jazz Double Threat

The accomplished saxophonist and singer discusses her latest album 'Waiting for the Sunrise' and defying misconceptions about women in jazz.

Elevator Oregon
Bosshannover Mo' Horizons

Minority Veterans of America members, from left, Eric Ballentine, Samantha Fergus, Linsday Church and Penelope Dexenjaeger. Patricia Murphy/KUOW hide caption

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Some Young Veterans Abandon The American Legion In Favor Of New Organizations

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Sprouts Esmerine
Holding Horses Colleen
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Captain of None
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Bar Clearing Good Times Saxon Shore
Asleep in the Forest Unwed Sailor
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Tourbillon Julia Kent
Chief Lettuce
Days to Come Bonobo & Bajka
An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Hard Sole Shoe Jenny Scheinman
Black Mud The Black Keys
Constantly Under Surveillance This is a Process of a Still Life
My Country Tis' of Thee Doug Hammer
Layla Derek & the Dominos
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Camille Thurman Is A Rare Jazz Double Threat

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Hole in the Coal John Renbourn & Bert Jansch

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